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Yesterday, cybersecurity provider Radware, announced that Ukraine’s State Service of Special Communications and Information Protection (SSSCIP) is using Radware’s Cloud DDoS Protection and Cloud Web Application Firewall (WAF) service to protect itself amid the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war.
Ukraine’s SSSCIP is responsible for protecting Ukraine’s state information resources, and will use Radware’s services to protect the country against zero-day and known DDoS and application attacks.
“It’s our top priority to protect the IT infrastructure in Ukraine,” said Victor Zhora, the deputy chief of Ukraine’s SSSCIP. “Radware has helped us shield our networks, protect our applications, and bolster the resilience of our IT infrastructure.”
This partnership highlights that DDoS and application-level attacks remain one of the most substantial threats facing modern organizations, not just in the context of the cyber war between Russia and the Ukraine, but more broadly as part of the cyber criminal community.
Protecting the cloud from cyber war
The announcement of the partnership comes as Ukraine has been targeted by a high volume of cyber attacks since the start of the Russia-Ukraine war, which began with a series of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks attributed to Russian-state sponsored threat actors.
The SSSCIP is using Radware’s services in an attempt to increase its resilience against these types of advanced attacks that target Ukraine’s cloud services.
“By using the right level of protection, it is possible to defend against very advanced, high volume attacks – whether they originate from hacker groups or nation state actors,” said Radware’s Chief Business Officer, Yoav Gazelle.
When it comes to defending against advanced attacks, Gazelle highlights that protection solutions must go beyond traditional rate-limiting and negative-based security models, and instead use machine learning to automatically detect and mitigate complex attacks in real-time.
“This is especially important today with the talent shortage in cyber security that organizations worldwide are facing. Organizations cannot rel …